• Undule True Worshippers Amen
  • Perlesvaus Chretien Amén. La suerte no existe.
  • Don Ruhl Savage Street Church of Christ Amen! And I need to say it again, Amen!
  • Undule True Worshippers Sure
  • Jody Taming the Tongue

    Some are seen to come forth from their daily communion with God clothed with the meekness of Christ. Their words . . . come forth sweetly from their lips. They scatter seeds of love and kindness all along their path, . . . because Christ lives in their heart.

    The tongue needs to be educated and disciplined and trained to speak of the glories of heaven, to talk of the matchless love of Jesus.

    Those who love Jesus Christ will contemplate His character, meditate upon His words, practice His precepts, and become living missionaries. The words they speak will be like apples of gold in pictures of silver.
  • Jody Prayer pointers:

    ● boldness to draw nearer to God and experience more of his presence.(Hebrews 4:16).
    ● God to help us to make time and increase our desire to fast, pray and study His word. (Matthew 6:5-18, Luke 4:4, Isaiah 58:1-14).
    ● for the Holy Spirit to work on our hearts and convict us of habits and behaviours that separate us from God and harm our relationship with others. (John 17:5-14).
    ● our faith to be strengthened and for the ability to please God.(Hebrews 11:6, Romans 10:17).
    ● God to teach us how to walk in obedience with Him. (1 John 1:6-10)
    ● God increases our ability to love Him and love others and demonstrate brotherly kindness. (Ephesians 4:1-16, 5:19, Matthew 22:37-40)
    ● God will show us how to become true worshippers and to teach us how to worship Him in spirit and in truth. (John 4:23-24).
  • Ginette Cedeño Pleroma Ministry Please help me sharing this, for mission purposes

  • perez Balijuka Trust in the lord help orphans and widows we need the hand of the lord kids ministry
  • Betty Jo/ The Journey I believe In JESUS...Amen!! \O/
  • Anouar Ben spirituelquotes Uplifting quotes http://godinterest.com/post/2346799/uplifting-quotes-famous-spirituel-quotes
  • Bruce amen
  • Clowie In the name of Christ, who is our peace,
    We light this light for peace in the occupied Palestinian territory and Israel.

    The following may be sung several times as a candle is lit: (CH4 784)

  • Julie For the grace of God that bringeth salvation hath appeared to all men. Titus 2:11. – {AG 10.1}
    By disobeying the commands of God, man fell under the condemnation of His law. This fall called for the grace of God to appear in behalf of sinners. We should never have learned the meaning of this word “grace” had we not fallen. God loves the sinless angels, who do His service, and are obedient to all His commands; but He does not give them grace. These heavenly beings know naught of grace; they have never needed it; for they have never sinned. Grace is an attribute of God shown to undeserving human beings. We did not seek after it, but it was sent in search of us. God rejoices to bestow this grace upon every one who hungers for it. To every one He presents terms of mercy, not because we are worthy, but because we are so utterly unworthy. Our need is the qualification which gives us the assurance that we shall receive this gift. – {AG 10.2}
    But God does not use His grace to make His law of none effect, or to take the place of His law.... God’s grace and the law of His kingdom are in perfect harmony; they walk hand in hand. His grace makes it possible for us to draw nigh to Him by faith. By receiving it, and letting it work in our lives, we testify to the validity of the law; we exalt the law and make it honorable by carrying out its living principles through the power of the grace of Christ; and by rendering pure, whole-hearted obedience to God’s law, we witness before the universe of heaven, and before an apostate world that is making void the law of God, to the power of redemption. – {AG 10.3}
    Not because we first loved Him, does God love us; but “while we were yet sinners” (Romans 5:8) Christ died for us, making full and abundant provision for our redemption. Although by our disobedience we have merited God’s displeasure and condemnation, He has not forsaken us; He has not left us to grapple with the power of the enemy in our own finite strength. Heavenly angels fight our battles for us; and co-operating with them, we may be victorious over the powers of evil. Trusting in Christ as our personal Saviour, we may be “more than conquerors through him that loved us” (Romans 8:37). – {AG 10.4}
  • Julie And Jesus went about all Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, and preaching the gospel of the kingdom. Matthew 4:23. – {AG 9.1}
    “He opened his mouth, and taught them, saying, Blessed are the poor in spirit: for their’s is the kingdom of heaven” (Matthew 5:2, 3). As something strange and new, these words fall upon the ears of the wondering multitude. Such teaching is contrary to all they have ever heard from priest or rabbi. They see in it nothing to flatter their pride or to feed their ambitious hopes. But there is about this new Teacher a power that holds them spellbound. The sweetness of divine love flows from His very presence as the fragrance from a flower.... – {AG 9.2}
    In the throng that surrounded Jesus there were some who had a sense of their spiritual poverty.... There were souls who, in the presence of His purity, felt that they were “wretched, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked” (Revelation 3:17); and they longed for “the grace of God that bringeth salvation” (Titus 2:11).... – {AG 9.3}
    Of the poor in spirit Jesus says, “Their’s is the kingdom of heaven.” This kingdom is not, as Christ’s hearers had hoped, a temporal and earthly dominion. Christ was opening to them the spiritual kingdom of His love, His grace, His righteousness. ... His subjects are the poor in spirit, the meek, the persecuted for righteousness’ sake. The kingdom of heaven is theirs. Though not yet fully accomplished, the work is begun in them which will make them “meet to be partakers of the inheritance of the saints in light” (Colossians 1:12). – {AG 9.4}
    All who have a sense of their deep soul poverty, who feel that they have nothing good in themselves, may find righteousness and strength by looking unto Jesus.... He bids you exchange your poverty for the riches of His grace. We are not worthy of God’s love, but Christ, our surety, is worthy, and is abundantly able to save all who shall come unto Him. Whatever may have been your past experience, however discouraging your present circumstances, if you will come to Jesus just as you are, weak, helpless, and despairing, our compassionate Saviour will meet you a great way off, and will throw about you His arms of love and His robe of righteousness. – {AG 9.5}